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我是个缺乏安全感的人,怎么办

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You can’t just stop worrying. Worrying has been a huge positive in my life.

你不可能停止担忧。担忧其实可以给生活中带来些积极的东西。
There is lots of evidence that worriers are better prepared for life’s challenges and so tend to do better in the long run. I wouldn’t give it up at all.
许多证据证明担心是为了更好地迎接生命中的挑战,而且长期来说是积极地。我是不会完全不担心的。
But, it is possible to live better with worry. Mediation and mindfulness (tons of articles and books on how), even for just 10 minutes a day, makes a huge difference. There you learn to worry without fear for one thing.
但是,和担忧和平相处也是可以的。冥想和专注(就像现在读书读报一样),哪怕只是一天坚持10分钟,也会有巨大的改变。这样让你慢慢不再害怕担忧某件事情。
Estimates I’ve seen of personality types suggests there might be about 10% of the population that does what we do. That seven hundred million people on the planet presently. You’re in good company.
也许根据个性类型来说,10%的人和我们一样。地球上有7亿人。其实有很多人在陪着你呢。
Keep on telling this to yourself. I read this quote somewhere and kept it saved on my phone to remind myself - 'Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do but, takes you nowhere.’
一直对自己说。我读到了这计划,一直存在手机里提醒自己-“担忧是一个摇椅。它会对你产生影响,但是它永远都在原地。”

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Divert your mind

转移注意力
Detach yourself from the chain of thoughts that worry you. Go out. Do something. Keep yourself busy.
把你的想法从那些让你担忧的事情分离出来。出去走走。做点事情。让你自己忙起来。
Talk it out
说出来
This works for a lot of people. Talk to somebody who really understands you. If they are unavailable, get online. There are many anxiety forums where people are there to listen.
这一招对很多人有用。和真正懂你的人说。如果他们没时间,就上网。网上有很多论坛里的人可以听你倾诉。
Take a break from your schedule
在你的时间表在外休息一下
Get a holiday with your family, your friends or just tour a new city alone. You will return rejuvenated.
和你的家人,朋友去度假,或者只是在一个新的城市自己旅行。回来的时候你会焕发全新的激情。
Write a journal
写日记
I experienced that writing your worries gives better clarity, reduces the convolution in your head and decreases the frequency of worrisome thoughts.
我经历过,写下忧虑让你更清楚自己的状态,减轻心理负担,减少心烦意乱的情况。
Watch something motivating
看点积极地东西
A good Ted talk, inspiring movie, or video sometimes gives us the confidence and courage to do something, moving past our worries.
一个好的TED演讲,鼓舞人心的电影或者视频,有时候会让我们做事的时候更加自信,更受鼓舞,来帮助我们走出忧虑。
All in all, don't take life that seriously. Remember that you have only one life to live. It's almost no use wasting it over a lot of things we worry about. Breathe. It will get better.
总之,不要把生活太当回事。记住你只能活一辈子。浪费时间去担心很多事情是几乎完全没用的。深呼吸。一切都会更好的。

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minutes ['minits]

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frequency ['fri:kwənsi]

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inspiring [in'spaiəriŋ]

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adj. 令人振奋的,激励人的,鼓舞人心的

 
experienced [iks'piəriənst]

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detach [di'tætʃ]

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vt. 使分离,拆卸
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anxiety [æŋ'zaiəti]

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divert [di'və:t]

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